9. Todd Gurley, RB, LA Rams
Are we a little worried about Gurley’s health heading into the 2019 season? Yes, because he was a shell of his former self in the NFC Championship Game and Super Bowl. However, when he’s healthy, he’s undoubtedly the most impactful running back in the game. He’s just two seasons removed from being the league’s Offensive Player of the Year, so even if he’s not 100% healthy, Gurley is still a difference-maker.
For the upcoming season, Gurley remains an important part of the Los Angeles offense. The Rams drafted Darrell Henderson in the 3rd Round as an insurance policy. They also have a potent passing attack behind Jared Goff. But the Rams will still lean on Gurley as much as physically possible.